Seven Fingered Jack Summer Route
This outlines the summer route for Seven Fingered Jack. The path outlined in red is a boot path marked by cairns and is mostly class 2 with some mild class 3.
The blue route is a class 3 variation which can be fun if you can distinguish between loose rock and firm rock as there is plenty of both. Getting across the couloir is a pain and is the most difficult part due to loose rock.
The couloir between them is a good option when there is snow, but it is full of steep, loose, terrible rock in the summer and is not a good option.
North Cascades, WA. 9-13-14